What do French women actually use on their skin and their body?
We have rounded the best selling French beauty products that French women actually have in their bathroom. Those iconic products have consistently been top sellers in France for years.
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse dubbed the 'best beauty product in the world' by NY magazine writer Sadie Stein is quite possibly on every French women bathroom shelves.
The multi tasking wonder oil is absolutely amazing on dry hair, will soften every inch of your body and to top it up smells divine.
Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentré is a makeup artists favourite and for good reasons. You can virtually use this for everything, as a mask, as a cleanser, as a primer, as a face cream, you name it, Lait Crème can do it. I personally always carry a mini in my bag. Ultimate must have.
Klorane Dry Shampoo with oat milk Ah the chicest dry shampoo of them all. This little beauty doesn't leave any of the usual chalky residue but still does an amazing job at fixing greasy hair AND giving volume. It is also extremely kind to your hair thanks to its botanical ingredients.
Bioderma Sensibio H2O is seen on nearly every single shelfie and I don't know a single French woman who doesn't own and use this. Probably one of the most famous in the micellar water range, Bioderma H2O Sensibio is also one of the best. It removes water resistant makeup, is great for sensitive skins and reduces congestion as well as redness. Holy grail or what.
Avène Thermal Water Spray is your own personal life saver especially if you have sensitive skin (which nowadays most of us are with the over-use of peels and acids...). The water used in all Avène skincare products comes from a spring which is naturally soothing, anti-irritating and is rich in components particularly recommended for the most sensitive skin. So you are basically spraying the purest water filtered down the French mountains for 40 years on your face.
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